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Aslesen urges board to consider main gym, locker room as part of base bid
Athletic site package to be considered
Update on high school plans expected, board policy changes to be discussed
Electric bikes, scooters, skateboards and "one-wheels" are increasingly popular. Regulations, however, have not kept up with the pace of technology. Complaints are on the rise as leaders try to figure out who goes where and how fast.
For the city to begin constructing the wetland along Firesteel Creek, an archaeological survey on the land must be completed before securing a permit for the wetland project, as required by the Army Corp of Engineers.
No updates on high school plans were expected; discussion likely to continue at Sept. 12 meeting
‘We still have to provide decent facilities for our kids.’ Board members look ahead to big decisions
The approved bid for the project revealed how drastically construction costs have increased in recent years, as it came in roughly $216,000 over the budgeted amount
“Construction costs are only going up from here on out from what it looks like. The sooner we can get this rolling, the cheaper it will be for us to do,” Councilman Kevin McCardle said of the estimated $40 million project.
Providing the Mitchell Area Housing Incorporated with money made from sale of the lot on 15th Avenue and Minnesota Street would be a funding source for the organization's goal of building workforce homes.
City officials say three dispensaries — all located on the south side of Mitchell — appear to be several months from opening their doors.

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